Defending porn-sick men in the Guardian

I have just left a comment under this article, let’s see if it stays up, the Guardian is particularly censorious of radical feminists at the moment.

CiF comment 14Mar15

Here’s the Gail Dines article I quote from (adding it as text so I can find it again with a search):

She recently interviewed a number of men in prison who had committed rape against children. All were habitual users of child pornography. “What they said to me was they got bored with ‘regular’ porn and wanted something fresh. They were horrified at the idea of sex with a prepubescent child initially but within six months they had all raped a child.”

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5 responses

  1. I left another comment:

    CiF comment 14Mar15 02

  2. Unfortunately pornsickness is going to be very common now. The consequences to Western societies may be pretty dramatic.

  3. Yes, but it’s only seen as important when it harms men, and even then it’s not actually the porn, it’s some other individualised thing.

  4. My first comment got deleted, unbelievable! I quoted another article from the Guardian, but that was too controversial!

    (I just left another comment under an article about Robert/Michelle Kosilek, merely pointing out the nature of his crime, want to place bets on how long it will stay up?)

  5. *SOB* I can’t get an erection any more unless I watch women being ground into meat while getting fucked up the ass! Porn is so awful y’all! Who will think about men’s erections? WHO??????

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